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Textbook-Free Education: The Ron Paul Curriculum

Written by Gary North on March 16, 2015

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For anybody who is on the fringes of American life in any area, and who is serious about what he believes in, the present public school educational system is a threat to him and his children. Let me give you an example. If a child is enrolled in a tax-funded high school, he will have […]

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How to Teach the Civil War

Written by Gary North on March 5, 2015

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This was posted yesterday on a www.GaryNorth.com forum. Kids intro to US Civil War My 9-year old son would like to read a book on the War Between the States. Any recommendations? Little boys like to play war. They like to play with toy guns. They want to read about war. They like to read […]

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Tennessee Temple University: Its Demise Is Imminent

Written by Gary North on March 3, 2015

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Once a private college goes below 500 students, it’s a candidate for bankruptcy. Tennessee Temple University, with 468 undergraduates, is a likely candidate. Falling below the 500-student on-campus threshold indicates that a school will not survive. Its enrollment peak was 4,000. The school now looks terminal. A student can earn a B.A. degree from an […]

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Obama’s Community Colleges: An $864,000 Solution

Written by Gary North on February 21, 2015

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I read this in The New York Times. The Promise and Failure of Community Colleges From the article: There are two critical things to know about community colleges. The first is that they could be the nation’s most powerful tools to improve the opportunities of less privileged Americans, giving them a shot at harnessing a […]

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How to Teach History Without a Textbook

Written by Gary North on February 18, 2015

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The heart of revisionist history is this: the textbook version of the story is wrong. It may be wrong for simply technical reasons. Maybe certain documents have been suppressed, or lost, or ignored. Maybe the event is far more complex than the textbooks indicate. But in some matters, especially those regarding banking, war, and government […]

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